To achieve the ARROW objectives, a number of actions have been identified and organised in 8 work packages as shown below. Each work package is in turn broken down into several tasks.

WP1 – Project Management, has the aim of supervising the project implementation and let the activities be effective in reaching the project objective and the expected results.

WP2 – Requirement Assessment. Study and assessment of the modelling methodologies and procedures, has the aim of reviewing the scope of the work and assessing the requirements of the entire activity. It shall fix the drivers for the next activities, will check theoretical developments on simple but realistic cases and will provide inputs to WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP6.

Development and preliminary testing of ALEEN-L Tool is made by implementing 4 WP’s:

having the aim of developing and testing the three corner stones of the project, i.e. the “computational modules, pre- and post-processing modules and the overall modelling framework”. Both theoretical and numerical issues will be managed.

At the end of the WPs implementation the numerical model and the SW modules shall be developed, preliminary tested (basic testing) and documented. Input to WP7 will also be provided.

WP7 – Validation w.r.t. SGO WP Leader mock-up measurements aims at the overall model validation by referring to the data measured on the mock-up (i.e. on a “configuration representative of typical real situations”). WP7 implementation will also provide the Team with feedbacks for model/modules optimization (Task 3.5 and Task 5.4).

WP8 – Training and Dissemination is dedicated to the End User personnel training on the use of “ALEEN-L Modelling Tool”. Based on the experience of CAE/EDA tools commercialization, this activity is an important step towards a good finalization of the project. Also dissemination to a wider public will be the goal of this WP.


Fig.1 - ARROW Work Flow